Florida, mid-Atlantic forecast to see strong storms, heavy rain

Snow will begin to taper off over the Midwest, Great Lakes

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The system that brought severe weather to the southern U.S., Gulf Coast and Southeast is finally exiting the coast.  

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Eastern severe storm threat

Eastern severe storm threat (Credit: Fox News)

There is still the risk for strong storms and heavy rain from Florida to the mid-Atlantic, and then quieter weather over the course of the next few days.  

Midwestern snow to come

Midwestern snow to come (Credit: Fox News)

Snow will start to taper off across the upper Midwest and Great Lakes. 

Western potential record high temperatures

Western potential record high temperatures (Credit: Fox News)

However, the cold and gusty winds will persist over the Plains, elevating fire danger. 

Northeastern rain forecast

Northeastern rain forecast (Credit: Fox News)

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Another batch of rain will move in across the Northeast on Thursday and Friday while extreme heat will break records over California and the Southwest